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i love you. i love you. i love you so much. i love you, piers morgan. no, i'm not going to blow the kiss. we talked about that. i'm not going to blow the kiss. let's just end the show. there's the baby, the new royal heir in the united kingdom. >> the birth of a new prince. a day surrounded by so much excitement. so much joy. >> very special. >> so much hope for the future. so reminiscent of a moment three decades ago. >> may we see your son? >> lady elizabeth has known william since the day he was born. she's queen elizabeth's cousin. how would you describe william's childhood, what was it like?
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>> i think that the early part of both prince harry and prince william's childhood was magical and wonderful as anything. >> he was brought up in london, kensington palace, which is a private estate where he really could have a normal upbringing. he's able to ride his bike around the courtyard and walking in the gardens. really ordinary, ordinary things. >> yet each as a toddler, william was in training. author christopher anderson. >> from the age of 5, william has these teas with granny the queen, in which she is schooling him in what will -- here is a woman who can say i've got this letter from henry viii that's the real thing, to give you an idea on some grasp of history. >> while his grandmother was
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teaching him how to be king, his mother, a princess, was teaching him how to be a kid. >> she had taken him and harry to mcdonald's and disneyland and go-cart tracks and makes them stand in line at the movies. she makes them say please and thank you. she gives them a sense of what it's like to function in the real world. that's very important here, because that's something charles and the rest of the royal family never had. ♪ >> diana also taught her sons about hardship. lana marks was her close friend and confidant. >> sometimes when she would take them in at night on the streets of london and it would be freezing cold and raining and they would see the homeless and then come home to the pass has -- palace, she would explain to them not everyone gets to come home to have a hot bath. >> william came from a broken home, a marriage that broke down
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in the most awful way, because it was so public. you look at diana and charles acting out that separation and divorce through the papers. it was so unseemly. it was so unroyal. >> william became sort of the fixer. he loved both of his parents, tried to -- he wanted everybody to be happy together. >> that would prove impossible. books and recordings would soon expose infidelities by charles and diana. by the time william was 10, a separation was announced. >> it is announced from buckingham palace that with regret, the prince and princess of wales have decided to separate. >> it's no street that it was a turbulent time, and william was very young but very aware. >> very, very aware. >> of the difficult relationship that his parents had. >> it's very difficult really to explain the sort of thing about
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being pulled in one direction then pulled in the other. they simply got a lot of love from both sides, from both parents independently. so it wasn't a childhood where they weren't loved. they were very much loved. but not with the mother and father together. >> by august 1996, the divorce was final. the entire scandal had played out on the world stage. though william found some protection as a student at eaton. >> during his time at eaton, he began dating some of the more beaut titled ladies. >> and he wasn't just popular with the prep school crowd. >> he got enormous fan mail from some of the most major hollywood stars, and he was so tempted to reply. but of course, had to maintain his decorum. that would not be a thing one would do as the future king of england. >> he knew his position and the fact that he was who he was.
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>> he was attractive, famous, and finally coming clear of his parent's scandal. when the unthinkable happened. >> this is cnn breaking news. >> on august 31, 1997, william was awakened by the news that his mother had died in a paris car crash. >> the french government has informed all of us that princess diana has died. >> news that would change his life forever. when we come back, william rebels against the house of windsor. all business purchases. so you can capture your receipts, and manage them online with jot, the latest app from ink.
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by 1997, prince william had watched his parent's marriage dissolve in divorce. and buried his mother after a fatal car crash. he was just 15 years old. >> to lose his mother at such an important stage in his life, he was an adolescent, a boy going into manhood, and not to have his mother there is a loss he'll feel forever. >> he would have to come of age without her. and as william returned to eaton, the windsors assumed greater control.
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>> eaton is located directly across from windsor castle. it's walking distance. so granny could keep her eye on william at eaton, and she did. so he had a sense of responsibility, always has. for william, he changed too with the death of his mother. >> changed, says anderson, without the kind, nurturing guidance diana had always provided. >> he said when he becomes king, i want william to lead from the heart, not the head. she resented the royal family. she felt they were cold and out of touch with normal people. and when she died, william and harry were cut off from diana's family and her friends and they were in a sense windsorized. all of a sudden he's fox hunting, playing polo. >> william was steeped in the ways of the windsor, but that would not keep him from small acts of rebellion, like enrolling at st. andrews instead of cambridge or oxford.
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he quickly developed a small circle of friends. >> i think he's a pretty shrewd judge of character and he's had to have those skills from early on at school. yeah, he's good with working out with people who are friends with him for the right reason. >> they had several classes together. >> we used to go to these lectures on the outside of town and he would walk in late regularly and sit next to me, looking for someone he knew. >> and someone equally disinterested in the lectures. >> we played quite a few games. that is the main recollection of the lectures. >> each the close friends weren't enough in the beginning. >> that first year was really tough for william at st. andrews university. he felt isolated from his friends and family. he was constantly driving back down to london to hit the clubs with his friends.
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he was so desperately unhappy that after the first year he was determined to leave. it was really kate who talked him into staying. >> kate middleton, the friend who would ultimately become his wife. >> they were able to have something akin to a normal court ship in life at st. andrews. they were in this little bubble with their friends. so they were able to go to local restaurants and bars. >> he made better friendships and relaxed into the friendship group that he was in and started to enjoy himself more socially. >> he may have enjoyed himself socially a little too much. >> he did like to drink. william would go swimming in castle moats. he would climb to the tops of fountains and dive in. but kate really pulled him back from the brink. >> what was dating like early on? >> i suppose being in that
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environment was conducive for the friendship taking a different turn and becoming an intimate relationship, which is what happened. >> but william was having a hard time finding his way, and an even harder time committing. >> for his 21st birthday, which was called the willenium, it was a huge party at windsor castle. kate was there, but she wasn't the guest of honor. the guest of honor was jekka craig. and the press was all over that. all of a sudden she was the one. >> other women would also catch william's eye, and that caused rocky moments with kate. finally, in 2007, they split. he almost lost the love of his life. how did william react to that breakup? >> he realized quite soon after he made the decision to end the relationship that he made a mistake. then he put all his efforts to get kate back again.
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>> at last, william made up his mind. kate was the one. in part, how she was raised. >> kate exposes him to a happy family for the first time. he started visiting the middleton's home and saw it was possible to have a happy family and happy marriage. i think that's a big reason kate's the one. >> a happy marriage, a stable home. the opposite of what william had experienced growing up. and at last, in 2010, william popped the question. >> i took her out somewhere nice in kenya and proposed. i had been planning it for a while, but it takes a certain amount of motivation to get going. so i was planning it and it just felt really right in africa. it was beautiful at the time and i had done a little bit of planning to show my romantic side. >> william seemed ready to grow up and settle down.
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april 29, 2011. the world watched as britain's most eligible bachelor, prince william, married kate middleton. it was a day of mixed emotions as he told abc's katie couric.
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>> honestly, it was one of those days where you feel very elated and completely terrified. the prospect of 2 billion people watching was quite daunting. my brother was cracking some very bad jokes trying to settle my nerves. >> to me, it was a real love story. it was a true love match. and this was the fairy tale wedding we had all hoped for, and we all hoped it would be very, very different, of course, from charles and diana. >> william wanted the strong marriage his parents never had and charted his own course right from the beginning. >> they didn't want hundreds of statesman and dignitaries they went know. they wanted their friends. if you looked at the pews near the altar, it was their friends. they managed the remarkable. they had the most extraordinary
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wedding, but they actually made it remarkably ordinary. >> after a wedding broadcast to billions. this is the quaint welsh island. since 2010, the island's most famous residents have been the duke and duchess. it's less than 300 miles from london but couldn't be further from the life expected of the royal couple. for those who know them, though, it isn't surprising that william and kate are living by their own rules. how would you describe that area? >> it's beautiful, very quiet. very low key. you get a few local pubs and they can drop into the local pub and it is the kind of thing you couldn't do in london. this is why they feel normal. >> feel normal and do normal things, like taking their dog for long walks on the beach or
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shopping at the grocery store. and yet william's day job is anything but normal. as a helicopter rescue pilot for the royal air force. >> every day you come in and you don't know what's going to happen. but at the same time it's great that you get to go out and save someone's life, hopefully. or at least make a difference for someone. >> prince william, hero, husband, and sometimes reluctant royal. weeks would pass after the wedding before the newlyweds would resume their normal duties by meeting america's first family. >> william was obviously very aware this is a big engagement for kate. the cameras were fixed on her. >> did you notice the change in photographing them, is he more protective when they're in public? >> william has always been very protective. he gives out this incredibly
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protective aura. >> but william wouldn't always be able to protect her, especially from the paparazzi. just months after the wedding, photos surfaced of kate topless and sunbathing. >> there were some pictures where kate was completely nude. so this was shocking. it crossed a line as far as the palace and couple were concerned. kate was appalled and shocked. william was furious. >> this time he fought back, determined to learn from the mistakes of the bad. >> the palace didn't waste any time and made it clear that they would take action immediately. and that was at william and kate's behest. >> william could insist on doing things differently at every turn and on leading in his own way. when riots rocked london, william responded like the prince his mother taught him to believe.
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>> william and kate already said that they were taking a back seat. they wanted time to themselves. but they said they wanted to meet the shopkeepers who had their livelihoods smashed. william said he wants to be there for the good parts of the job and the difficult parts of the job. but it was important to them. >> but nothing could be more important to the monarchy than providing an heir to the throne, a rite of passage that would come two years after william walked kate down the aisle. from an early illness to the relentless bump watch. william was that kate's side. and when he emerged from st.
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mary's hospital with his wife and newborn son, it was clear that we and was ready to assume the role he had been groomed his entire life to fill. ready to be a harassment, ready to be a father, ready to reinvent the market. and sm three years away their chance to ascend the throne. buckingham palace will be the home for william, his father and his son as they lead the monarchy into the 22nd century. thanks for watching. ♪
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the duchess of cambridge is now an early labor. >> if you grow up and heir to the throng, it is children to you from a very early age that you've got to be a, you have to be polite. you have to always have a smile on your face. she was safely delivered of the sun at 4:24 local time. >> they will make great parents. great to welcome another child into the family. >>. >> what does it mean to you to be here on this historic occasion? >> it is awesome. we are pleased for cage and william. >> girls are too much drama. boys are great. >> we'll see in a minute. there's the baby. the new royal heir in the united kingdom. and the duchess of cambridge, smiling.
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william, so proud. >> hopefully you guys can all get back to a normal life and we can look after him. >> well, that was quite an entrance. the baby at the center of it seems gloriously unaware of the fuss. the little prince's mum and dad certainly weren't and they surely had that sense of stepping into the unknown. ♪ >> we might think of the queen
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and the duke as sticklers of tradition. but actually they broke the mold by the simple act of sending their son to school. >> this cabinet here is from my father, prince charles on the football ground. just about to kick a football. >> the owner of being the first school to receive a royal pupil went to hill house in west london. >> when he came, it was a complete novelty, of course. he was the very first royalty ever to be educated outside the home. he had never had the experience of meeting lots of children before. he was quite an ordinary person. he wasn't treated in any way special and didn't expect to be. he always says this the happiest time he ever had. >> by all accounts, prince charles was a thoughtful, often dissident boy, which made for a complicated relationship with
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his father. >> the duke of edinburough is a very rough, tough man's and he doesn't appreciate sensitivity really in a person. certainly not in one of his sons. and charles was a very sensitive child. >> but it was the duke who called the shots and he believed his son would benefit from the same no nonsense education he had enjoyed, in the north of scotland. >> following in his father's footsteps, prince charles arrived here at the age of 13. he was to spend most of his teenage years here, and for most of us, they were years that left a deep impression. these days, there are girls, as well as boys, here. it's not a place which aims to pamper its students. if that's true now, it seems to have been particularly so back
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in charles' day. perhaps surprisingly for a british private school, the philosophy here was quite idealistic. its aim was an egalitarian society, marked by self-discipline. these simple huts where charles lived make up that philosophy. the morning routine involved a cold shower. >> there was one cold shower, and if your grandmother is anything like mine, you have to have a cold shower to stop pneumonia. but the mythologies built up, and there we are. >> it was very tough for a boy who lived in comfortable
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palaces, and he hated it and he was home sick and he was bullied. it was a very difficult experience for him. >> in his adult life, the prince of wales has been more positive about his far flung gordonston experience, saying it taught him to accept challenges and take the initiative. even so when it came to his sons, charles chose differently. schools for william and harry would always be close to london and home. you don't get many schools closer to a royal home than this, eaton college, where william spent five years. just over the river, an up a bit, is windsor castle, the official residence of her majesty the between who no doubt approved of the choice. >> she was delighted that they went to the schools they went to. the fact that think went across the bridge from windsor to eaton
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so she could see william for tea every week was great. >> fitting in at school can be a challenge for anyone. when prince charles was at gordonston, one of his temporaries asked how can you treat a boy as an ordinary chap when his mother's portrait is on the stamps. william's experience was far more forgiving. amidst the turmoil of his parent's marriage, school provided a sanctuary. >> there was no great shakes about being heirs of the throne of england. he was treated normally, and that was the great thing. he had a lot of friends there, he could forget who he was.
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he was just a normal boy, and that was what he loved. >> outside school, both william's parents sought to expose him to as much of the world as possible. diana in particular was determined her boys would not spend their whole lives inside the royal bubble. as veteran royal photographer arthur edwards told me. >> diana introduced her children to mcdonald's and the cinema, and prince charles introduced hit children to literature and shakespeare and the opera. so there was a great combination of both cultures. william i think is a much better rounded person for that. >> if diana had a big say over william's upbringing, kate will have a greater say over her little boy. while this is the school that
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the duchess attended as a young girl, she paid a visit to one of her old schools, st. andrew's in berkshire. ♪ ♪ >> it was, it seems, a very easy, very carefree time for her. >> she wasn't rambunctious or boisterous or loud in any way.
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>> has she changed? >> a little, yes. she's very confident and sauve and sophisticated. >> thank you, headmaster. it is such a treat to be back here at st. andrews. i absolutely loved my time here. they were some of my happiest years, which makes it so incredibly exciting to be back here today. in fact, i enjoyed it so much that when i had to leave, i told my mother that i was going to come back as a teacher. >> english private schools have their own traditions, and the game of helicopter is one that belongs to st. andrews. the duchess was reliving her youth, a childhood spent in a
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country, it was a comfortable upbringing, who was unknowingly preparing her for royal life. >> he had a very normal, secure and happy upbringing. that is exactly what she will try and reproduce for her child. i have no doubt she'll have to have nannies or a nanny or some kind of help, because she will have to do royal duties. that up happily comes with the job. >> returning home, the young couple were reunited with their son prince charles, then nearly a year old. >> parenting norms have changed hugely since prince charles was a baby. in 1949, it would have seemed perfectly normal for princess elizabeth and the duke to leave their son for weeks to go on an overseas tour. 34 years later, things have changed.
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in 1983, foreign tours were still lengthy affairs. but when charles and diana toured australia and new zealand that year, prince william came with them. and as royal babies tend to do, stole the show. >> it was very unusual for charles to accompany the parents on an overseas tour. but diana said, if william doesn't go, i don't go. so they made arrangements and every weekend they would go off and spend time as a family. when they got to new zealand, we saw william crawl for the first time and he stood up. and that's where we heard him called wills. it was absolutely a triumph. >> it's unthinkable now that the duke and duchess of cambridge would go on any joint tour without their young son. it's also unlikely that they would be on the road for six weeks straight, like charles and diana 30 years ago. life in the royal family is as
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>> that sense of connection between the royal family and the rest of us was picked up in the royal wedding homily given by the bishop of london. in a sense, he said, every wedding is like a royal wedding with the bride and groom as king and queen of creation, making a new life together so that life can flow through them into the future. in another very important sense, though, this bride and groom were not like any other couple. >> a monarch has failed if he or she doesn't have a child. they're useless. because the role of the monarch is to perpetuate the monarchy. without a child, it's a failure. >> she's been very smart. wait a while, get used to all these nerve-racking things like making speeches and meeting boring people and traveling
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everywhere, and then have a family. >> this is cnn breaking news. this is the kind of breaking news we love to bring to you. everybody knows you ever ask a woman if she's pregnant unless you know she is. it's official, kate middleton is pregnant. >> the announcement actually came several weeks earlier than the couple would have liked. after the duchess was admitted to hospital, suffering from acute morning sickness. that prompted two australian deejays to pick up the phone and trick their way through to kate's ward, where they were given confidential information about the duchess' condition. >> i'm just half my granddaughter, kate. i want to see how her tummy bug is going. >> the royals seemed happy enough to laugh it off. prince charles in public remarks had a go at a joke. >> what is your reaction to the news about the duke and duchess
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of cambridge? >> how do you know i'm not a radio station? i'm thrilled. it's splendid. >> when kate and william walked out of the hospital just a few hours later, all smiles, the episode looked over. that was until the tragic news that the nurse who first answered the phone to the australian deejays had been found dead in her apartment. an inquest is still to decide whether the death was suicide linked to the prank call. ♪ as the pregnancy progressed, those familiar landmarks and the questions every mum to be gets asked, the fun stuff. we can show you the first official bump pictures. she arrived in a tight fitted dress. so the duchess of cambridge completes her first official
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engagement with a visible baby bump. >> so there was the physical proof. but was it a boy or a girl? for about a day, we were convinced it was a girl. a woman in the north of england swore blind she heard kate refer to a daughter. this story has exploded in this country. i have drilled it down to a conversation the duchess met on tuesday, sandra cook. this is what she told reporters after meeting the duchess. the lady gave me a teddy bear and i heard her say, thank you, i'll take that for my d -- >> the newspapers liked it and for a while, it was a fact. until this video emerged and the story was forced into abeyance. [ inaudible ]
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>> of course, the irony here is, for the first time ever, the gender of the royal baby didn't matter. at least in one crucial way. >> put simply, if the duke and duchess were to have a little girl, that girl would one day be our queen. >> previously you had to have a son. women have only taken the throne if they have no siblings, as in the case of victoria, or only female siblings, as in the case of elizabeth ii. >> britain and the 15 other countries where the between is head of state, are in the process of scrapping it. the first born child, boy or girl, now gets the crown. not before time one might venture. more in a moment. "i'm part of an american success story," "that starts with one of the world's most advanced
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when a new king or queen is crowned. for the new little prince, it represents destiny. while charles, who attended his mother's coronation, has seen changes, for the moment, the monarch is head of state and the head of church, the church of england. the theme of family and religious faith crop up regularly in keep elizabeth's annual christmas message. >> this is the time of year when we remember that god sent his only son to serve not to be served. >> i'm quite sure she believes in god, but i think she also believes in the value of the church of england and its role in this country. >> and easter is one of those who administer to the royals. she's one of 36 members of the ecclesiastical household.
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>> i think she will want to be quite involved. it's absolutely sure that this baby will be brought up in a traditional english christian way. the baby will be used to going to church. the baby will be used to god talk. that's what they've done all along really. they've kept the traditional values while very cleverly and beautifully changing and adapting to the needs of the time. >> prince william doesn't seek to proclaim his values loudly. but if you listen out for them, you can certainly get a sense of them. like here at the launch of a sports coaching program. >> what all three of us have in common is that we love sports. and not just playing it, but for what it does for people young and old. it builds confidence, engenders
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mutual respect, and responsibility. and teaches us about the value of team work. >> another value that william holds dear is privacy, for the duke and duchess, it represents arguably their biggest challenge. and not one they're likely to duck. to judge by their response to the publication last year of holiday pictures. >> he is more proactive in attacking the media than any previous member of the royal family. i mean, years ago, there was a tradition if the media got something wrong or published an intrusive photograph, they didn't make a fuss about it. but william has become a complete expert on privacy law. the trouble is, it's not just the media anymore. he can tame the media, but you've still got individuals. >> both his parents are used to the scrutiny.
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i think there is the structure and infrastructure around them all to be able to protect him to a certain extent. but sure, he's going to be in the limelight just like william was from an early age. >> they've not only got to do good works, they've got to be seen doing good works. otherwise the public thinks they're not doing anything and lazy. they need us, because other wise how would people know how wonderful they are? >> william and kate won't want for advice on how to bring up their little boy. they know every choice they make will be scrutinized. >> well, it ain't going to happen, but wouldn't it be great if the baby goes to the local comprehensive. >> the state school? >> well, yes. that would mean they really were taking a part in the ordinary life.
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>> the problem for the young royals might be seen as a management issue, how to prevent exposure to tipping over into the excesses. easier said than done when you look how they were treated in hollywood two years ago. >> i'm going to scream, tell them i love them and take 5,000 pictures and post them on facebook. >> the arrival of the royal baby will only ramp up further interest in britain's royals. >> what would make it easier if they have another child, perhaps three for four more. in the end, this is the future king and everyone wants pictures of him. >> for as long as britain remains a monarchy, those in line to take the throne will occupy their own quite unique spot in the public eye. but home and it seems around the
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word. but maybe we need to pause for a moment and think about our own role in all of this. >> the birth of every child is a public event, because like they say, it takes two people to make a baby, but the whole village to bring up the child. and every baby is our future. ♪
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hey, welcome to the program. a lot of fun to be had tonight, including somebody who has been an inspiration to a lot of people. not only because of weight loss and she's a mom of wolfgang, boston marathon runner and a big part of our culture for a long time. we have valerie bertinelli. >> and michael c. hall. from preparing bodies to killing bodies. there's a lot to get into with michael c. hall. >> when i was getting ready to play the part, i picked out people, followed them around just to see if i could get around with it. it was surprisingly easy. >> and eli roth. it's his mission to take hard
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